UK PM hopeful faces backlash for failure to back ambassador to USSenior politicians in the United Kingdom have criticized leadership contender Boris Johnson over his role in Kim Darroch's resignation as British ambassador to the United States, after he repeatedly declined to rule out replacing the diplomat in a live TV debate.
The billionaire founder of a property firm in Shanghai was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of molesting an underage girl, local media reported.The Putuo district people's procuratorate in Shanghai announced that it approved the arrest of a man surnamed Wang and a woman surnamed Zhou on suspicion of molesting a 9-year-old girl in late June.
Negotiators for Beijing, Washington make efforts to honor consensus of leaders at G20. Analysts said they hope that China and the United States will iron out their differences and deliver a win-win outcome as top negotiators from both nations resumed trade talks on Tuesday.
Former prime minister Sir John Major has told the BBC he would seek a judicial review in the courts if the new prime minister tried to suspend Parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit.Sir John said such a move would be "utterly and totally unacceptable".Using a judicial review, anyone can apply to cha
Boeing is giving $100m (£80m) to help families affected by the two crashes of the company's 737 Max planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.The payment, stretching over several years, is independent of lawsuits filed in the wake of the disasters, which together killed 346 people.
Sir Kim Darroch has resigned as UK ambassador to the US, amid a row over leaked emails critical of President Trump's administration.The ambassador was branded "a very stupid guy" by Mr Trump, after emails emerged calling the Trump administration "clumsy and inept". Sir Kim Darroch had described the White House as dysfunctional.
With United States President Donald Trump agreeing to allow Huawei Technologies Co to resume purchase of some US components and software, the question of whether the United Kingdom will, or will not, join the boycott of the Chinese technology giant suddenly seems less important.Trump's declaration
Over the past few months, Mark Zuckerberg has spoken at length about his grand plan for fixing Facebook. In short, it involves “pivoting” - as they say - to a more private social network. One which focuses on closed spaces, like groups or messaging, rather than the public News Feed. Facebook may be 'pivoting' to something worse.
The consensus between China and the United States to restart economic and trade consultations will shore up confidence in both countries and boost global economic growth prospects, experts said.US President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping had agreement on Saturday at the G20 Summit in Japan.